20 Best Historical Sewing Blogs and Websites in 2024

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Here are 20 Best Historical Sewing Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. American Duchess Blog

American Duchess Blog Lauren Stowell is a historical costumer, footwear designer, and co-founder of American Duchess Historical Footwear. American Duchess is a costume blog designed to educate and entertain those interested in learning more about the fashions of the 18th century and other periods of dress.
Blog blog.americanduchess.com
Twitter Followers 2.9KInstagram Followers 208.5K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 43 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. Wearing History Blog

Wearing History Blog Wearing History is a Vintage Revival Clothing, Sewing Patterns Blog by Lauren. This blog is a journal of my journey with sewing and costume history, including research, projects, endeavors, and miscellaneous adventures.
Blog wearinghistoryblog.com
Facebook Followers 19.4KTwitter Followers 845 Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 29 Get Email Contact

3. Sew Historically

Sew Historically Hi, welcome to Sew Historically! Do you want to know how to live a simple, frugal & sustainable life inspired by history? On my blog, I show you how to refashion your old clothes, make your own beauty products, cook from scratch, and reduce, recycle & reuse things in your household.
Blog sewhistorically.com
Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 41 Get Email Contact

4. The Dreamstress

The Dreamstress I'm Leimomi Oakes, a costumier fashion and textile historian, former museum professional, potential Ph.D. student, sewing teacher, writer, and more. The Dreamstress website is a window into my world: my projects, new things I learn, things I know so well I can teach, the amazing places I live and the amazing places I visit, the wonderful people I am surrounded by, anything interesting that catches my fancy that I think might catch yours, and, of course, Felicity the cat.
Blog thedreamstress.com
Facebook Followers 9.3KTwitter Followers 327Instagram Followers 83.4K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 52 Get Email Contact

5. The Sewing Goatherd

The Sewing Goatherd A blog devoted to all sorts of sewing projects, including historical costuming, and dairy goats. I'm Alyssa and I've been sewing since I was 6 and have ventured into historical costuming. I enjoy making modern clothing and all types of costumes for myself, friends, and family.
Blog thesewinggoatherd.blogspot.com
Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

6. Natalie Ferguson

Natalie Ferguson A research-heavy historical costuming blog. Lots of 1790s and 1890s garments, though other eras appear. Dress diaries, tutorials, antique garments, and more. Hello, my name's Natalie Ferguson and I've been keeping this blog since 2005.
Blog zipzipinkspot.blogspot.com
Frequency 1 post / day Domain Authority 26 Get Email Contact

7. Seam Racer

Seam Racer Hi! I'm Kelly. Welcome to my 'home' on the web. One of my goals here is to document making a creative sewing project from each year between 1920 up to the 1990s, with a little modern, historical, and whatever strikes my fancy in between.
Blog seamracer.wordpress.com
Twitter Followers 48 Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 19 Get Email Contact

8. Redthreaded Blog

Redthreaded Blog Redthreaded provides historical costumes, Victorian, Tudor, colonial stays, for reenactment, theatre, and offer authentic design. We are a costume business specializing in high quality historically inspired costumes, gowns, corsets, and millinery, owned and managed by Cynthia Settje. Each piece is researched extensively to bring you the accurate silhouette, sumptuous fabrics, and details of the period.
Blog redthreaded.com
Instagram Followers 106.4K Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 33 Get Email Contact

9. Maggie May Clothing Blog

Maggie May Clothing Blog Exquisite, high quality, historical fashion that tells the story of those who came before us. Maggie May Clothing is a bespoke historical fashion atelier. Here at the studio, we believe new is not always better; clothes are meant to withstand the test of time; and exceptional craftsmanship paired with custom fit never goes out of style.
Blog maggiemayfashions.com
Instagram Followers 869 Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 35 Get Email Contact

10. Atelier Nostalgia

Atelier Nostalgia Nostalgic musings, on historical clothing, traditional costume, fantasy, photography and history. I'm an assistant professor in human-machine interaction and AI from the Netherlands who also loves history, sewing, folk dance & costume, and photography. This blog was created to show off my historical creations and to share inspiration and resources.
Blog ateliernostalgia.wordpress.com
Facebook Followers 3.7KInstagram Followers 12.9K Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 31 Get Email Contact

11. Pour La Victoire

Pour La Victoire Welcome to my blog, where I endeavor to replicate historical garments using the techniques, materials, and resources available centuries ago! My blog consists of categories of different sewing and garment styles from the 18th, 19th and the 20th Century.
Blog pourlavictoire.blogspot.com
Instagram Followers 11.5K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 18 Get Email Contact

12. The Sewphisticate

The Sewphisticate An educational blog devoted to historical sewing, weaving, and living history. Anneliese is a seamstress, weaver, and living historian who honors her Chinese and American heritages through education and outreach. She documents her historical costumes and projects in progress, here, on the blog, and on social media as The Sewphisticate.
Blog youngsewphisticate.blogspot.com
Instagram Followers 12.7K Frequency 6 posts / year Domain Authority 15 Get Email Contact

13. Sew Last Century

Sew Last Century Hi! I'm Kenna, tumbling through history with a needle and thread. I've been sewing seriously since 2014 and costuming historically since 2016. I've managed to intertwine my hobbies and my professional life quite tidily. I'm interested in both curatorial practice and textile conservation, and historic dress is my jam!
Blog sewingwithkenna.wordpress.com
Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 12 Get Email Contact

14. HistoricalSewing.com

HistoricalSewing.com Learn about 19th Century Costuming and Historical Sewing with our website. We welcome all sewers from beginner to advanced; whether you want to throw a costume party or you strive for the closest historical accuracy to reproduce. However, our focus is primarily on historical costuming as a hobby and art.
Blog historicalsewing.com
Facebook Followers 53.4K Domain Authority 38 Get Email Contact

15. Fresh Frippery

Fresh Frippery Hello! I'm Vivien, a fabric junkie interested in historical costuming, cosplay, fashion design, and vintage clothing. I post tutorials on my blog because I believe costuming is about helping others.
Blog freshfrippery.com
Facebook Followers 642Instagram Followers 34.2K Domain Authority 23 Get Email Contact

16. Jane Fox Historical Costumes

Jane Fox Historical Costumes I'm Jane, I'm a historical costumer and all-around history geek. I'm using Blogger to post updates about the costumes I make and other historically-based shenanigans I get up to. Find my latest historical costumes on my blog.
Blog jezebeljane.blogspot.com
Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 13 Get Email Contact

17. The Antique Sewist

The Antique Sewist Reproducing historical garments from the Medieval to the 1950s, using antique sewing patterns, extant garment patterns, and patterns professionally inferred from period art and illustrations. My name is Jennifer, but I usually go by my published pen name, Lydia Gastrell. I have been making historical clothing since 2006. I was invited to a costume party but made the costume myself for the first time.
Blog antiquesewist.blogspot.com
Domain Authority 18 Get Email Contact

18. Miss Temby

Miss Temby Amateur Historical Costumer, slowly building my Tardis travelling wardrobe. I am Miss Temby, I have always enjoyed dressing up, especially in clothes of the past. I hope that you enjoy checking out my blog as I record parts of my historical costuming journey.
Blog misstemby.com
Domain Authority 9 Get Email Contact

19. The Sartorial Sleuth

The Sartorial Sleuth The Sartorial Sleuth is Alyssa's blog about historical sewing research, recreation, and the conservation of historic dress. She is a dress historian with additional experience in textile science and conservation. For the past decade she has lectured on, designed, and built costumes for theatre. She's a master's candidate studying Fashion History, Textile Conservation, and Textile Science.
Blog thesartorialsleuth.wordpress.com
Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 6 Get Email Contact

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Historical Sewing Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Historical Sewing. Get Spreadsheet
Author Name Email Designation Media Outlet
Lauren Stowell Author & Ownerblog.americanduchess.com
Lauren M. Author & Ownerwearinghistoryblog.com
Leimomi Oakes Authorthedreamstress.com
Kelly B. Authorseamracer.wordpress.com
Susan Jarrett Author & Attorneymaggiemayfashions.com/sewingblog
Myrthe Authorateliernostalgia.wordpress.com
Gabriela Salvador Authorpourlavictoire.blogspot.com
Jennifer Rosbrugh Authorhistoricalsewing.com
American Duchess Contributoramericanduchess.com
Lina Contributorsewhistorically.com
Cynthia Settje Contributorredthreaded.com
Aubry Bennett Contributorredthreaded.com
Lauren @ American Duchess Contributoramericanduchess.com
Susan Contributormaggiemayfashions.com
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